Tell us a bit about yourself:
My name is Jordan LeFaivre and I am 23 years old. Right now I’m a novelist and I’m working part-time at the Pacific Regional Training Centre (PRTC) as a Dining Room Attendant.
As a child, I had a 1:1 childcare workers take me out in the community through CSCL and a few years ago, I enrolled in CSCL’s BRIDGE Youth Employment Service to help me become more employable, which helped me get the job that I really like at the PRTC.
Growing up with Autism was challenging and stressful, especially when I try my best to be as good as everyone else (when it comes to talking and thinking), but my autism causes my mind to process information at a slower pace. Thankfully, my autism has enhanced my imagination to help make the Reflection Novel Series the way.
When did you decide to start writing a novel and who inspired you?
A former support worker inspired me to write novels and I started writing about 5 ½ years ago – when I started working on the synopsis of the whole “Reflection” novel series. There will be five books in this series and book 2 (“Reflection: The Vinston Scepter”) will be ready for publishing sometime this year.
Do you have any words of wisdom that you’d like to share with the readers?
There are two statements I’d like to share with the readers…1) If you work hard and persevere, you can accomplish a lot! 2) Don’t be shy, let your imagination fly!
For more information about Jordan LeFaivre and the “Reflection Novel Series” check out https://jtldimension.weebly.com To purchase a copy of Jordan’s first novel “Reflection: The Uishanole” as a paperback book or a kindle/eBook; check out https://www.amazon.com/dp/1976959225